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Agar (Character)
from The Great Train Robbery (1979)

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The Great Train Robbery -- (1966) Horst Tappert, Hans Cossy, Gunther Neutze. This is a fascinating rendition of the true life story of the famous British train robbery from 1963. It is told in an almost documentary style from the point of view of the robbers. Offbeat, but very interesting. From 16mm.

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  1. The Great Train Robbery (1979) Played by Donald Sutherland
    ... aka "The First Great Train Robbery" - UK (original title)

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From The Great Train Robbery (1979)
Robert Agar, Screwsman: [They're at the train station about to do the "Jolly Gaff" to get the two keys] Where's the chavvy?
Edward Pierce: There.
[He nods towards a boy street urchin]
Edward Pierce: He's your son.
Robert Agar, Screwsman: I don't have no son!
Edward Pierce: Louisa says he's your son.
Robert Agar, Screwsman: [snorts a laugh] Louisa! She wouldn't know, would she? IS THAT HIM? He's not my son! He's too ugly to be my son!
[pause, then:]
Robert Agar, Screwsman: What's the sweetener?
Edward Pierce: A guinea.
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